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typedef



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typedef
Does anybody know of one. With capabilities to download and upload files easily without using FTP ?
Post 08 Sep 2011, 01:42
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Madis731



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Madis731
I think you are asking how to download malware source code from a HTTP site without clicking on each link.

I know the answer, but I cannot tell it to you Wink
Post 08 Sep 2011, 05:16
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Madis731 wrote:
I think you are asking how to download malware source code from a HTTP site without clicking on each link.

I know the answer, but I cannot tell it to you Wink


I have a website which I CHMODed 777 and to upload files there I'am using FTP (Dreamweaver', FileFTP, and FileZilla) they are extremely slow. So I was just wondering if there was even such a thing.

Anyways, thanks.
Post 08 Sep 2011, 05:50
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A real programmer would write their own downloader. A script kiddie would only know how to download an existing program. A wannabe script kiddie wouldn't even know how to find the program they wanted that would do the downloading for them.

Just my opinion, I could be wrong about some things. But for everyone reading this, where would you place yourself?
Post 08 Sep 2011, 06:51
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revolution wrote:
A real programmer would write their own downloader. A script kiddie would only know how to download an existing program. A wannabe script kiddie wouldn't even know how to find the program they wanted that would do the downloading for them.

Just my opinion, I could be wrong about some things. But for everyone reading this, where would you place yourself?


A real programmer of course.

Look in the forums and tell me there aren't people asking about other software like text files processing programs.

I can code my own, but why not start looking around if there's already one out there.

Just because I ask for something doesn't mean I can't make it. Time and patience is all it takes. I hope you are joking with that because it pisses me off to hear such things when someone has a lot to do and all you think is that they are lazy.

Think again there, Mr Rev. Wink
Post 08 Sep 2011, 07:15
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Isn't FTP usually faster than HTTP. If its slow, don't blame the protocol. Blame the connection speed.

In IE6 times I used the browser to access HTTP sites and IE would show me the folder view when visiting certain sites. I just can't recall if it had something to do with configuration of the browser or the server.
Post 08 Sep 2011, 11:09
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i'll check with the server admin, and IE(on my pc)is even worse.
Post 08 Sep 2011, 11:15
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In IE6 times I used the browser to access HTTP sites and IE would show me the folder view when visiting certain sites. I just can't recall if it had something to do with configuration of the browser or the server.

I think you are refering to the embeded ftp browser of windows. I dont know if it is within explorer or iexplorer.

with the ftp browser of windows, you can acces sites like:
Code:
ftp://ftp.mysite.com:username@password
or
ftp://ftp.mysite.com@username:password (I don't remember)
    



with dreamweaver you can edit the site locally, then upload it.
crimson editor has some ftp function too (which i never used in both cases)
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